Promoting cultural diversity and craftsmanship

We are pleased to share the highlights of the meeting that took place in our office with representatives of the International Information and Networking Center for Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia and the Pacific under the auspices of UNESCO (ICHCAP): Director of Strategic Development Office - Deoksoon Kim, Consultant of Strategic Development Office – Seo Euijeong ; representatives of Korean Institute of Culture and Tourism: Principal Researcher of Culture and Arts Policy Research Department - Kyuwon Kim, Research Director - Hyein Kim and Julie Lee of Arts Policy Research Department, as well as representatives of the National Commission for UNESCO in Bishkek - Kamilla Rashidova.
This event is dedicated to discussing the support of local communities active in traditional craftsmanship and exploring the state of craft traditions in Korea and Kyrgyzstan.

Our foundation was proud to present its activities in supporting artisans and cultural diversity. We recognize the great importance of traditional crafts to our society and are committed to preserving this valuable knowledge and skills for future generations.
It is important to note that meetings with international organizations such as UNESCO and ICHCAP give us a unique opportunity to share best practices and experiences. Such partnerships strengthen efforts to preserve and develop traditional crafts, as well as bring cultures closer together and enrich our common cultural heritage.
RDF will continue to work with enthusiasm and dedication in support of craftspeople and local communities. We believe that only through joint efforts and cooperation can we ensure that the traditions and diversity of our region's cultural heritage are preserved.

We thank all participants of the meeting for interesting discussions and valuable ideas.